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New quantum gate seen as an essential logic element for future quantum computers


Physicists from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching have developed a novel quantum gate, an essential component of quantum computers. A future quantum computer would be able to handle certain types of tasks far faster than any classical computer. As a central element of their quantum gate, the Max Planck physicists are using an atom trapped between two mirrors of a resonator. By reflecting the photon off the resonator with the atom, they are able to switch the state of the pho...

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Pete Witham & The Cozmik Zombies New Online Store!


So far we've got T-shirts, stickers, and buttons! Support the band and show your zombie pride by purchasing one of our Party Like A Carny Buttons, or Cozmik Zombie T-shirts!!!   -click here to...

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The continuing 'good luck' of singer/songwriter J.D. McPherson


By Patrick Donohu, Featured Writer, Low Country Current It's safe to say singer/songwriter J.D. McPherson never expected to be nominated for awards alongside well-known bands such as The Lumineers ...

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Robins can literally see magnetic fields, but only if their vision is sharp


Some birds can sense the Earth’s magnetic field and orientate themselves with the ease of a compass needle. This ability is a massive boon for migrating birds, keeping frequent flyers on the straight and narrow. But this incredible sense is closely tied to a more mundane one – vision. Thanks to special molecules in their retinas, birds like the European robins can literally see magnetic fields. The fields appear as patterns of light and shade, or even colour, superimposed o...

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Wishing Casandra Was Our Mom With Nick Curran's "Crazy About You Baby"


by Sad Man's Tongue We noticed some wonderful photos from one of our fans of her and her baby, and baby, we wanted more. So Casandra Beebe was gracious enough to share the wonderful shots of her an...
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A little Nick Curran to get your blood pumping!

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Get down with yo cracker selves!!!!!


Go cracker go cracker go!!!!

 



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'Zombie Cells?' ... and so it begins. Time to stock up on shotgun shells and bottled water.


'Zombie' Cells Created In New Mexico Lab Said To Outperform Living Ones In ...

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Ronnie and friends show us how to rock


This is a great lesson of how to play rockabilly and how to rock in general. Witness the bones of the beast in motion. This is what goes on under the hood.

 



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6 Things that make Pete Witham think his paranoia is completely justified.


Ancient cultures have left many relics and structures that have us guessing why, what and how. The fact that we can't explain them makes Pete justify his belief in a vast conspiracy involving extraterrestrial intelligence and great intelligent creatures that live in the earth and deep within the Ocean.



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Like Humans, Dolphins Call Each Other By Name


Bottlenose dolphins use signature whistles when they're separated.

 

Bottlenose dolphins call out the specific names of loved ones when they become separated, a study finds. Other than humans, the dolphins are the only animals known to do this, according to the study, published in the latest Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The big difference with bottlenose dolphins is that these communications consist of whistles, not words.

 

Earlier research found that bottlenose dolphins name thems...

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